Swiss Aire Motel
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... had no helmet, I had thongs and shorts on, but for some reason I felt very safe.
Monti has a Honda motorcycle and sitting on the back, it feels like you are sitting in a lounge chair.
We stopped at a market as Monti wanted to get some supplies and then I got back on and only got off when we stopped to get fuel as it was getting a bit chilly on the bike as it was after 6pm.
What an awesome experience! NO, I will not ...
... with all kinds of tropical plants and some birds. Very interesting and fun.We walked all over the gardens and then went to dinner at Ha Long Bay, a Vietnamese and Thai restaurant. We had a great time visiting and eating.
Yesterday we went to the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo. All kinds of cranes are studied there. It was fun to see the whooping cranes that we also see in Texas at Aransas National Wildlife ...
... so Konrad and I didn't have to worry about bothering anyone when we wanted to get up and walk around or go to the bathroom. We had millions of movies to choose from, and even had the last seats in the row, so I felt like I could actually recline for a change. The flight attendants served two meals (one at the beginning and one at the end); in between, they told us to help ourselves to tasty sandwiches, cakes, and drinks available in the galley. ...
... and found the old train station. Then we walked around town to see the Swiss architecture. Many of the businesses had German names on them and many of them had a decorated cow out in front. There is a beautiful Swiss United Church in the middle of town.
When we had stretched our legs enough we went to the Glarner Stube for supper. We started with drinks: New Glarus Spotted Cow beer for Larry and Derek and a glass ...
... social norms that went with restaurants in Germany. Because tipping and table turnover isn't such a major part of the restaurant's income, you can sit at a restaurant and just chat for for hours without being bothered. Additionally, waitresses are paid far more, so tipping is never expected but instead seen as more of a reward for excellent service. On the topic of food however, I do enjoy the American grocery shopping experience more than the ...